Name: Siguampar/ Seed Export
Address: 10 a. Calle 1-22 zone 1. Guatemala City, Guatemala. Estate: Parramos, Sacatepequez, Guatemala
Telephone:(502) 2232 6125/ (502)  22515247
Fax: (502) 2253 6491
Contact: Erwin Solares
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Description: Seed Export is a company formed on september 1972, focused on the study, development and planting of trees and forests, management of the forest resources, and its comercialization to national and international forest seed market as well as dry material for decoration. We are members of the Mesoamerican Forest Seed Network (REMSEFOR) located in Costa Rica, Forest Farmers Association (Georgia USA), Save the Redwoods League (California, USA), and Defenders of Wildlife  (Washington,D.C). In Guatemala, we work in coordination and authorization of the National Forests Institute (INAB), the National Protected Areas Council (CONAP), the NGO Defensores de la Naturaleza, and the Ministry of Agriculture, Cattle and Feeding.

Seed Export belongs to the Forest National Institute (INAB)

Certification Programme: Seed sources; Registry 1,090; 1091; 1092;

Volunteer Tree Plantation Registry No. 15-71



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